World of Eric Carle Preschool Workbook

Illustrated by Eric Carle
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$8.99 US
On sale Sep 14, 2021 | 112 Pages | 978-0-593-38620-0
The first-ever Eric Carle preschool workbook, featuring letters, sounds, numbers, counting, and patterns!

Preschool children will love the interactive activities within this workbook, and fans of The Very Hungry Caterpillar will delight in exploring and learning through a world of popular characters.

With material that aligns with national Common Core Standards, and is vetted by a top educational consultant, this workbook is designed to build and reinforce preschool skills in an accessible way for young learners everywhere. 
 
This vibrant woorkbook contains:
 

  • Interactive activities: Have hands-on fun with basic concepts and objects such as colors, shapes, days of the week, food, and animals.
  • Learning through play: Make educational material more engaging and allow young learners to apply the skills they've been practicing in an exciting and creative way!
  • Key Readiness Skills: Set kids up to succeed through interactive, accessible, and engaging workbook exercises.

  • World of Eric Carle is partnering with educational consultant Wiley Blevins, who brings his thirty-plus years of curriculum and educational expertise to each lesson and activity created for this workbook.
    © Penguin Random House
    Born in the United States, Eric Carle was taken as a six-year-old child by his parents back to their native country, Germany. Later, he studied at the Akademie der Bildenden Künste (Academy of Applied Arts) in Stuttgart, and returned to New York in his early twenties as a graphic designer and artist. His many picture books are now known and loved by children around the world.
     
    In 2002, Eric and his late wife, Barbara, opened The Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art, in Amherst, Massachusetts, where the works of distinguished picture book artists, nationally and internationally acclaimed, are exhibited in three spacious galleries.

    Eric Carle passed away in 2021, at the age of 91. View titles by Eric Carle

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    The first-ever Eric Carle preschool workbook, featuring letters, sounds, numbers, counting, and patterns!

    Preschool children will love the interactive activities within this workbook, and fans of The Very Hungry Caterpillar will delight in exploring and learning through a world of popular characters.

    With material that aligns with national Common Core Standards, and is vetted by a top educational consultant, this workbook is designed to build and reinforce preschool skills in an accessible way for young learners everywhere. 
     
    This vibrant woorkbook contains:
     

  • Interactive activities: Have hands-on fun with basic concepts and objects such as colors, shapes, days of the week, food, and animals.
  • Learning through play: Make educational material more engaging and allow young learners to apply the skills they've been practicing in an exciting and creative way!
  • Key Readiness Skills: Set kids up to succeed through interactive, accessible, and engaging workbook exercises.

  • World of Eric Carle is partnering with educational consultant Wiley Blevins, who brings his thirty-plus years of curriculum and educational expertise to each lesson and activity created for this workbook.

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    © Penguin Random House
    Born in the United States, Eric Carle was taken as a six-year-old child by his parents back to their native country, Germany. Later, he studied at the Akademie der Bildenden Künste (Academy of Applied Arts) in Stuttgart, and returned to New York in his early twenties as a graphic designer and artist. His many picture books are now known and loved by children around the world.
     
    In 2002, Eric and his late wife, Barbara, opened The Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art, in Amherst, Massachusetts, where the works of distinguished picture book artists, nationally and internationally acclaimed, are exhibited in three spacious galleries.

    Eric Carle passed away in 2021, at the age of 91. View titles by Eric Carle

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